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M. E. Church South.
>*. W. D. MAVS. rA-TOH-
Appointments for Lafayette awl Tillamook
(’irctilt are as follows :
First RaUbath. Happy Valley:at 11 o’clock
A. M., McMinnville, i>:30 r. m . /
Second Sabbath. Tillamook/ .
Third Sabbath, West L&ehfem, 11 A. M.s
Unitv School House, 3 p . m .
Foarth Sabbath. Armatfong’s School
llouap. 11 a . m .. Ufayette.6rth\p. m .,
l»r. J. W. Watts will preach at Ìbis place
ontlbat II a.
the ttscond Sunday in every niont
la., anti in the evening at early .candle
Gold in New York to-day, 113 1-2« »
Portland Legal, Tender rates, 8S buyirfg;
Gold bars are quotable at 725@750 fine.
Exchange on San Francisco, 3-4 _of 1
per cent premium.
Liverpool W heat, 12s 2d6?,l2a 3d; club,
Lafayette Lxlge No. 5TO, I. *O. O. F.
Meets at Lafayette, every Saturday even
ing at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order ingowl sending are
• invited to attend.
By order of-
‘ N. G.
ITT—1*. SAMUEIa, is our duly nuttior-
ixrd ljr»"t at Portia mt, Oregon.
iORANGE M ay D ay P u ; nic .—At a
meeting of Lafayette Grange, No. 32,
P. of H., April 4, it
hold a May Day BasM t Picnic in
the grove near St. Joseph on May 1st
prox., in which all metubers of the
urdiw are cordially invited to partic
ipate. The following committee of
arrangements was appointed:. D.
Smith, F. A. Crawford, 0.
Mrs. 8. C. Carey, Mrs. Jessie Yocoiu.
'^he following were appointed a com-
iiiitt-xj to .procure speakers: N, II.
Olds F. Martin, J. D. Benton.
Bv order of the Grange, f
A. B. itKNBY, M.
>-Ii. H. L amson , Sec.
N ew C ases .—The following cases
have been docketed for the April
term of the Circuit Court:
J. Morin vs. A. Odell; action to re
J, C. Morin vs. A. Odell; same as
T. E. Frist op vs W. B. Carey; suit
L. 8. Morin vs; A. Odell; action to
J. Sax vs. R. P. Bird; writ of man
H. M. Beal vs W. S. and M. J.
Torrance; foreclosure of mortgage.
■W. White and wife vs j.-Watt; ac
tion to recover realty.
A. Bowman and husband vs. J.
Watt; action to recover realty.
A. Fulquartz vs J. Watt; action to
A. W. Stowell vs 8. Tindell; con
firmation of sale.
_ _ Abrams
’ McGrew vs. J.
C? Buell vs. J. R. Walling.
I. M. Simpson vs. J. N. Miller.
R. McPollen vs. Jas. Rogers, et al.
J. Saxe vs B. F. Hartman; action
to recover rent.
J. B. Standley vs J. Perkins; writ
A. J. Ripertou vs C. E. Chrisman;
action for money.
Allen & Lewis vs E. Dupuis, et al.;
suit to correct deed.
A fire iu Lancaster on the 1
burned eleven prominent Axiild
The Philadelphia t^inmoniCo|
passed the # 1,006,OtMlibeutenali^
Mr. Nesmith’s success in
through the House jicentl
looking to the paymonj of th
War claims, when a si ^pilap
overwhelmingly defei i^cxl J
previously, is a striki i|g ell
thb value in Congress (if such
ynce and high charnel ter for
integrity as. Nesmith ehjoys.
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?ctato08, P busti...
' k meats .
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UL • ’ ■ ÆII1NG,
AND DKALEES IX
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ROCERIK8, CANNED 1
1IATS AND CAPS,
GLASSWARE AND QUDENSWARE.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Nuts of "II kinds
T.N WARE ETC.
All of which have been selected from the
Importers nnd De :alers of Snn Francisco,
ami will be otlercil low for cash or country
THE PARKE R GUM. <
Are now ranniug.
Wheat or to excni
for toll, or to cho
or to grind low or
way to pfaHse the
not go away scoh
CULTIVATORS, . The Dayton Granary
aoo Pages of Engravings An(] Col.
ored Plate. Published QUAR t S b LY, at
25 cents a year. First No. for 1
sued. fÁ German edition at sam
Address, JAM I
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BE8T, livery stable Ferry street; bng-
• gies i^id horses to let nt all times, nt
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UARK£R <t CO.*
Dayton, Oeaober 2.1*73.
LIVERY & FEED STABLE,
POBMD HACK LUÍ!
J. H, OLDS • PROPRIETOR.
N AND AFTER MAY 1«, THEM*
will be a regular stage running be
tween I-afayette and i’orthind, rnaktog
j-- VGM weekly trips, leaving Lafayette ersry_. Fly
day morning atx o’clock, returning 8atar
T im undersigned thkes pieh» I duy. FARE, EACH WAY, Si 50.
ure in announcing to the travelling pub
lic that in connection with his Feed and Liv-
A NEW - • HACK /
®ry „!?u*ineM he is running a DAILY
EXPRESS to and'from St. Joseph, i.eaves Will be placed upon thia line la a shm*
Lafayette at W:15, making connection with time.
the cars, and returning at 12:15 p. m.
EXPRESS and other business attended tl
HULL JOHNSON, Prep.
Corner «leffernoM ani Third St*.,
t ' I
REND STAMP FSRCIBCtMAII
Is now open for storage, free of charge to
all those that will give ua the preference of
nuachaaing their Wheat for cisli, at the
highest market price, any time when they
may see proper to aell.
Bo come on, gentlemen, we h.t»
ljav^ a free
bridge and no ferriage,
and * will ncconnnq-
date you any way to suit the timea. ’
Fine Wines and Uqaore for
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS.
of Oregon, the larges^ anil licst selected
stock of Geueial Merchandise ever offered
in Yamhill county, consisting of
. ___ .V co.
, prepared to
JI Ji. öfter
offer to the Farmers
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The race on the 3d, at ¿he same
place, for $50, was won
Howard. Time, 3:01; Dext i): fécond.
GHOCEILLES.. ., ,
DRUGS a -
St PKKMK cot ET.
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A race on the 2d at the Óáklhnd
Trotting Park for $o(MH five Ji|j8 ÜUt,
was won by “La<^
Lady r Mac.” TOnb, Ì3
minutes. Rest distanced.
W. R. Willis. Register....... . • <
B. Herman, Receiver
r • •
Owen Wade, Register.
Henry Warren, Receive?. .1
J. H. Stephens, Register,.i
D. Chaplin, Receiver......
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. .Tfeo’s G. Young
,.. ..„ IL Wiltooi
...... W. H. Odel
.... T. B Opened
....... .Tlioa. Frazer
■v; W. Botai by
P. P. Prim, Chief Justice..'. Jacksonville
A. J. Thayer..................i. .... .torvnllie
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And is the hamlsimiest Wihilow Blind in use. B. F. Bonham......... 4
W- W. Upton............ I.. ... PortfoM
It givi«-the bel-t satisfaction to all who try J1L L. McArthur
it, and 1 only ask you to enquire of any one
who has used them, to convince you that the
JI DICIAI. E18TTICTB.
Wooden Blind is. the very boat that you can
ict: Jackson and Josephine.
JOHN tt. LAKE.
2d District.: Benton, < oof, Curry. D qum I m
,. : j j^int> 1 no 14
and Lane, “d District: Linn, A Marion,
Polk, Tillamook and Yamhill. 4th District;
Clackamas, Colombia, Multnomah, and
Il _ K
Washington, ¿th District; Grant, L'umUb
In the ^Circuit Court of the State of Ore la, Union and Wasco:
gon, dor the county of Yamhill,
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J. M. Beni 1. nlaintltr, vs. Win. 8. Totrancc,
TKKMS OK CIBCI’IT C01K18.
mul M. J. Torrance, defendants.
Fret District—111 the county of Josephine, -
To Win. S. Torrance and M. J. Torrance, on the fourth Monday in October; Jacksoa
second Monday in February, June ami N4-
N THE : NAME OF ____
_____ OF veiuber.
Oregon, you are hereby required to up-
Douglas third Monday
)n*ar and answer the complaint liled against
you in the above entUled stilt by the sec in October, and. seconed Monday in May:
Monday of Ai
April, A. 1,>4 1874, lluit living Coos, fourth Monday in May, end aeconfl
the ftrst duy of
~'the next term of said Monday in Fepteiiil>er ; Curry, first Munday "
eonrtx anil it you
---- fall 80 to answer plain- in June ; Lane, third Monday in April, and
against you foreclos- and first Monday in Neveiuber ; Bentuu.Mp«
lug a mortgage
"tgage given by you to him, No ond Monday in April, and third Monday la
veinber 17tli, 1871,
ti tracts of land N’ovenilter.
of Oregon, which
Third District—Linn, fourth Monday ta
are described as follows: .
and second Monday in October!
The W. .Si of N. W._ if of Section 2, town
ship 2 S. K. 5. W. and K. of N. K. ii of sec Marion, second Monday in March June and
tion onc,T. 2, 8. It. 5, W.: also the W. A of November; Polk, second Monday in Mayi.
S. W. if of section IL T.2. K. K. 5 W. and the and fourth Monday in November; Yamhill,
E. X pf s. E. a of section 12, T.2 S, R. 5 W.J second Monday in* April.and fourth Monday
containing 3*30acres, for the purpose of se in October ; Tillamook, second Monday ta
curing the ]>ayment of $500 00 in U. S.gokl July. ,
coin and interest, nnd directing the sale of
said lands us u]xm execution nnd that the
proceeds lie applied to jxiy plaintiff the day in April and September; Multomah,
sum of $.525 in Untied States gold coin and second Monday in February, Juno and 4ta*
interest on $5<X) of said sum Race Novcin- tobcr; Columbia, second Monday in April;
l»er 17 th 1872 at one per cent a Clatsop, second Monday in Angnrt, and
month and costs mid ulsbiirsnients, fourth Tuesday in January; Washington,
nnd will taken Judgment ngahist vou for fourth Monday in Muy, and first Monday in
said sum of uicney and costs nnd disbars- October.
Fifth District—Wasco, third Monday tl
•An order directing publication of this
summons was mii'le by the above entitled June, nnd second Monday in November X
court October 27th, 18/x
Grant, first Monday in June, and third Mett*
E. IL SHAl'TUCK, A A KILLIN,
day in September ;* Baker, third Monday itt
Attorneys for Plaintiff. May and first Monday in October; Vniitt,
I^ifayette Feb. fl, 1871.
first Monttav in May,* and third Monday itt
October; Umatilla, last Monday in April,
and fourth Monday in October .
»EDEMA I. O>FX*ltWW.
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More Durable ,
Liverpool Wheat! by mai * advices
from San Francisco, 12s
for average California, ant i
Which is made of Spille^ Wood, and is al
Lighter, Chtaper, More Cleanly,
WOOL, II IDES, ETC
Some of the men here have got it
The performance of Lad;
bad—the mining fever.
trotting five miles in th
The boys have made p good base Ufes, has caused^ great ^onl H on ■4
ball ring near Mr. Millican’s.
sporting circles in . San Fi
Isaac Sampsqn started from here on
A destructivomr re occur
Wednesday last for the mines.
Francisco on the morning
Rev. S. C. Adains was in town dur inst.; loss, $50,Q00, partly
ing the fore part of the week.
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Bad colds may bo a good thing,
T aylo B' s E ntertainment .—On
stopped, aid ;robl
but we don’t seo it in that* light.
•Saturday evening last Mr. Taylor
the stage between San Jpse
gave one of his amusing parlor c^jter-
Cruz on the 1st. There'wt
should do so immediately before it is and two, tvoiut|n on bontd.
: tainments at Good Templar Ilall in too late.
this place. It is needless to say tliat
The Alaska! brought 63
Every body seems busily engaged in
he had a gooA houso, for when Mart,
comes around everyone Is in ecstacic^' their guidons and trimming up their passengers to San Fran rise
^to hear him. To-night he gives an- shrubbery.
The Pacific Mail Qoni •ai ■>y will
other entertainment for tho benefit of
Mr. W. Chrisman, one of our prom hereafter send a steaxnfcr tl ’anama,
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the Hall. Let there bo a full house inent merchants, went below during •/, '
China and Japan every| fourteen
to greet him.
‘ the week to purchase a stock of goods.
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We understand that the ladies of ;
S everely I njured .—We ,learn
that a sou of Mr. B. F. Lewi», aged .McMinnville contemplate
PROCLAMATION. • • :
raid on tnn
saloon in t.m«
about six years, fell from a wagon on week.
W hereas , Under the Ac of
Tuesday evening and one of the hind
titled “an Act to protect Litig
wheels rus over him bruising his hips
October24th, ls7ü, the L af A y .
badly. It it is feared that the little Ed. Perkins died the other evening a newspaper published at Laf
je, ill the
fellow has received severe internal from the effects of a kick by another oounty of Yamhill, Oregifol h
a H tn
injuries. Dr. Littlefield was sum hor^c.
vertisinenta for the county oi- Yniuhiil, in
moned and did all that was possible
Al the school meeting on Monday the State of Oregon, and ■ .
L afa -
last Hon. A. B. Burbank was reelect
yette CouBiEti, has hie | -wit
ed one of the directors and H. Hur- Clerk of said Yamhill Co,writte t&pulations
B ridges .—Mr. John A. Taylor in ley clerk.
accepting the OOTnlitionB o Isa id t<,together
witli a Bond approved aS th ,hw directs
forms us that it is his intention to
The County Court made an order with proper.returns and notfei herejf, to
commence work on the bridge across®* allowing the following precincts to thia office according tolnwyioW
the South Yamhill on the 20th of the elect two Justices of the Peace: Lu- L afayette CpmiEii, is here
present month, if the water is suffi
um through wjhi*
v all Legal a ‘
ty, Sheridan and Dayton. The vertisnienta fay the county
ciently low to permit. Work on the
hili in the
recincts will oloct only one J. State of Oregon shall be pul
bridge across tho river at this placo
d fpr the
s 3 -
will commence about the first of June. p.
n testimony wheredf,
1 uiy * hand * and caused X-
W, Muthows, late of San Francisco
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I .Q uarterly M eeting .—Rev. T.
be a -I«
gave us a call on Tuesday. He is
B. White, presiding elder of Willam now agent for the Star Line of steam
da^r of November, A; Dj lb
ette district, will hold the third Quar- ers between Portland and Ban Fran
’terly meeting for Lafayette and Tilla cisco.Farmers and merchantshav i. >.
mook circuit at West Chehalem April
18 and 19. Thu meeting will be a from ’Frisco should give Mr. M. a
PATENT WINDOW BLITD,
and is ready for business.
...... James K.- Kàllmr
........J J. IL IHuhra
Congressman ........................... Ju*. 0.
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All niaimfactmed in this city.
people lias parchased a most Band-
some lot of articles,,consisting iW}>avt
of musical albums, cutlery, fancy and
toilet soaps, perfumery, of every va
riety^ hair oil, hair and clothes brush
es, violin and guitar strings, fishing
txckel; canned fruits of all kinds; se-
#ars, tobacco, pipes, segar holders;
'«roquut sets; drugs, paints oils, jnud-
icini'S, and iu facl everything td be
fbuhd in a first class drug store.
U. 8. Senator* •
Don’t forget to look at the
U. 8. District Judge..
U. 8. Marshal....__
Clerk U.8. Court.....
Thè other dealers wHl lell you they don’t Surveyor General.-...
keep them. The reason is. they
Sup't Ind '■Affairs-.,..
can’t buy them.
U. 8. Assessor............
U. 8. Collector....... . .
Please remember that | also have a
»BUTTER, StiOS, Etc.
- 4 :C
Parlor ¿nd Box Stoves.
arti, p fa ......
EXBLtTIVE m:rVBTMI XT.
« CaUforiiM .1.......
Cliee«e, Oregon prime, JtÄ,
i '■■- •
AND DIFFEBEST KINDS OF
» • y • $ 1
pi- ‘.Pork, fresh,
• • • «, •
ry- Alutton“ ............ ^i.
hi «Bàcon, haniH ».¡j,
bliouldci s. •■>..«•••••• *
Chickens, dreiwed, eacli.. ...
• * M1
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....... . > A. R. Burbank
i M '
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An official disp:Uch;| says 10 I óf lróol, il fa .. ..’........
Suntoz’ men have descjfted to 1 ito R q - J 111 lides, dry, each....... .. • 4 •
green, sghod, each
. || ;
Deer Skins, d rested, ^4 lb
Wong-Ching Foo w^s liatu. > ized
oils , irre.
at Detroit on tho 4th. lie cl$ rus to
I JnwedOil, boiled, V gallon
be the first Chinaman i o reno^
legiance to the Einpir|j .
C-ml oil ' *• ....... • •
A bill will shortly U i-repor
Tallow . p IK
the House Committed ion C^mperei^ -------- f.. t;
providing for the e&ablishiucih
life-saving stations at^Iumbiffilfi
and Point Reyes, Caluornia,J aiit
Neah and Shoal water? BaysJhWi
A pollo M instrels .—An amateur
iiigton Territory. '♦
troupe has been o-gunized at Dayton,
bio, ( j.luiiuuixy
’formerly •* CoU
known as the Apollo minstrels. We
lector of Customs at Twtland|0rej !gon,
believp it is their intention to play
6th in N q rar
” ’ on
at Dayton for their own amusement died
and not to visit the neighboring vil
The ballot in thfo Ma:
lages, but should they conclude to
p jH 7tli,
Legislature for Senator on
travel we hope they .vi)l not slight
resulted as follows: Dawes, iKt loaf,
78; Curtis, 72; Addu^A, 16; !*“•
ScuOQL. - School begun at the La scattering, ¡1.
fayette Academy on Monday last un- . Secretary Richahfson sai<
dpr the management of Prof, lloyul
6th that when hq flecideB
late of Cornelius.
from the Treasury ie will n
N ew G oghs .'—M ssrs. Ferguson &
t Bird anticipating the wants of their
customers and the community at largo
have laid iu one of th ¡finest, best and
. most .extensive Supplies of goods ever
brought to this place. It consists in
County’Court this week.
. part of L udics dress goods, Toilet Bo-
tise, figured Tyrolese, Burmahs, Pop
Peach trees »re in full bloom’.
lins, Japs. Silks, alpacas, shawls,
Planting of shade trees is in order.
hats, prints, latest styles aud varieties
collarettes, parisols. faus,- etc. Also
Circuit Court commences next
gents'furnishing goods,of both fori ign Monday.
and rdoniestic manufacture; youths’
Every body goes to hear Mart Tay
"suits; silver thread reversible shawls;
pearl A-ts, etc. Givo them a call aud lor to-night.
Miss Cook has our thapks for a
see for yourself.
S omething N icea -Q ut enterprise
The season for lovers to swing on
iug and energetic druggist Dr. Et
the gate approaches.
tiefield, knowing the wants oCrhe
Mr. Ildldrige has his picture tent up
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.'S 00^2 50
EKITTH, VEOKTABI.HS, ETC.
••• ••• «'I
Is tlie sole Agent for a 1 the Stove« manu Governor i,.,.......
1- F. Gravar
Secretary of State..... .. .B> F. Uba dw let
7. L ÈWwdniÌ
You can now buy a Stove of thicker plate, Treasurer of State....
Ei gehe Semple
and sf any plate fails it can be rcplac-
ed al u stilali expenre. We have the
Register of State Lands
E. 8. Me Coma#
Driving Flue and EKevated Oven
‘ f ■
to Apples, green blisl?
ilrietl. p 1b. ,..
1«, Pebches, jlried, P lb.< *<••••
Beal H. JfigmJ
Loube hold each a tehth of flu
tai prize of the Loufsville 1
George Beldow and vjhris.
hold another ticket.
Rep s......,. —..
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OBEGON omOAL DffilCTOMr.
~ ... ì : LÍiind'^
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The public debt dec: biased t w| in
ions for March.
f Í Dowooâ
................. C. Handle#
H. H. Hpwit
a • a •
H 14.. They can l>e Imd at no otlirr place, aa
• • *
interest on the bonds ¿f the
to the amount of $10.(‘p0 per m
Oregon, fur which tl ejCompani
transport all United-i States |i
Go to Lake’s Emigrant (Move and Tin Store, Assessor.... U •'«
13s Front atrcct, Portland, ai d see
the stoves manufactured at tlic
Flofr best, p sack. (‘4 barrel) 1
Buckwheat Flour, fl lb....
3» • • •.
3rati «1 ton..
12 0 ¿¿15
=* •• baled V to»-
M. M. RaanNtt
K. H. l.ataaatt
Sherifl.......... . ...................................... -
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OREGON - MADEv
<®rji Meal ft IK
vorable report. Thos bill pr
that the Government ¿ihall gua
army supplies, etc
a$AXjc, ETC. i r
hen», best white, fl budiuL ;.'. ' • <
_.t*»*t* bmdiel........ ..................... 32
Nesmith made a strong afguj
on the morning of th(|3d, bejfore
House Committee on ^Railw^yt^
Canals, upon the bill Jintrodtice®
lim to aid m tho con®ructioii
Portland, Dalles and ^ult-Lil
road- The Committed agreed
i b •
COE HE, T ID WEEKLY.'
uopriation bill by acdlamatibn.i
J udges of E lection .—Tho fol
lowing named gentlemen were • ap
pointed at tho present term of tho
County Court Judges of Election for
tho various precincts in this county:
Lafayette—J. T. Hembree, David
Smith, A. B. Henry.
McMinnville-*—W. T. Newby, J. W.
Cowels, C. G. Saylor.
Giuvos, T. Faulkner.
Amity—C. II. Burch, G. E. Gotch-
el, W. G. Buffon.
Dayton A. Culiuan, W. S. Powell,
Willamette—M. Sawyer, H. Hew
itt, D. C. Miller.
East Chehulom—J. M. Holston, S.
Blucher, O. Abernathy.
West Chehalem—K. 8. Shook, L.
Hagey, J. Noble.
North Fork— -A.
’ There vwere no changes in the
boundaries of the precincts.
Tn at E n ter tain m en t .—The on
tertainment to* bo given by sev’ erai
young ladies and gentlemen of this
place, for the benefit of the New
Ilall, which lias so long been talked
of, We are assured will take plaoc one
evening next week, of which tirtiely
notice will be given. The “Drunk
ard’s Doom,” oue of the peices, f;om
' the pen of one of the most able wri-
¿ters of the American board, is an dx-
j cellent piece. It is supposed to bo a
dryam covering five years space,slft)W-
Iiig the gradual fall from a high por
siriou in society to I he gutter, and 41-
.nally to minder and suicide.